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to our local community and special it is always near and dear place for us to kind of provide a place of consolation and serenity. so we're thinking a serenity garden or a prayer chapel of some sort in and around this area. >> on book tv we'll learn about the family of wyatt earp from an author. the earp clan talks about the notoriety and the connection to san bernardino. >> the connection that the earps have to san bernardino county starts back to about 1852 when the father of wyatt earp, who is the most well-known of the earps, his name is nicholas earp, he was -- he was basically left his family temporarily, they were living in monmouth, illinois. he heard about the gold rush up in northern california. he -- before he went back toed midwest, he ventured down to southern california and he passed through the san bernardino valley and he vowed
one day he would come back to san bernardino. >> and on american history tv, we'll visit the san bernardino history and railroad museum and talk about the importance of the railroad to san bernardino, the historical society vice president. located in the 1918 sante fe depot. the museum contains many objects related to the railroad history, construction was completed in 1918 and it replaced a wooden structure that was approximately 100 yards east of here that burned in 1960. where the depot was built larger than needed because they decided to house the division headquarters at this location at that time. >> watch the c-span cities tour on saturday at noon eastern on c-span 2 book tv and on c-span #. the cities tour, working with our cable affiliates and visiting cities across the country. wednesday, a look at the obama administration's response
to the zika virus. the brookings institution hears from the director of the centers for disease control and prevention appropriations office. that is live at 9:00 a.m. eastern here on stac-span 3. the impact of low energy prices on oil and gas revenue dependent nations is the topic of discussion wednesday at the center for strategic and international studies. energy market experts will discuss the needed reforms for countries facing fiscal difficulties, including niej earal and iraq and algeria. live coverage starts at 11:00 a.m. eastern here on c-span 3. >> recently our campaign 2016 bus made a visit to pennsylvania during the primary. stopping at grove city college, slippery rock university, washington and jefferson college and harrisburg area community college where students and professors and local officials learned about the road to the
white house coverage and our online interactive resources covering the campaign trail found at c-span.org and they were able to share thoughts about the upcoming election. we ended in warrington, pennsylvania where it visited a middle school to honor seven ninth graders for their video in this year's competition. thanks to comcast and armstrong cable for their help in coordinating the visits. view the documentaries at student cam.org. this year marks the 100th anniversary of the pulitzer prizes. next, the poynter institute in st. pittsburetersburgpetersburgl rights and social justice. the congressman john lewis of georgia delivered the key note address. this is about two and a half hours. >> i am canica jokes tomalin.